China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism has announced the country’s plans for this year’s Cultural and Natural Heritage Day (CNHD).
"Avengers: Infinity War" continued to lead the Chinese box office in the week ending May 20, earning about 600 million yuan (94 million U.S. dollars), China Film News reported Tuesday.
Philip Roth, a dominant force in American literature throughout the latter half of the 20th century, has died at the age of 85, New Yorker magazine reported.
A single page from Karl Marx's London Notebooks sold for 3.33 million yuan ($523,000) at a Beijing Council International Auction Co., Ltd auction on Monday, far above its estimated price of 1 million to 1.2 million yuan.
Zhao Kangmin, the archaeologist who first identified China's famous Terracotta Army as invaluable historical relics, passed away on May 16 at the age of 82.
Chinese bamboo flute master and music professor Lu Chunling died of heart failure yesterday morning at the age of 97 — days before he was due to perform at a charity concert.
More than 3,700 activities will be held across China to celebrate this year's cultural and natural heritage day, which falls on June 9, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Tuesday.
The first postal souvenirs for mobile phone game Travel Frog became available from Sunday in Shanghai, Chinanews reported on Monday.
Before International Museum Day the National Museum of China, together with the six other country-level museums, logged onto Douyin, a Chinese app that publishes short videos, and published creative short videos to draw the public's attention.
As the cruelest villain of Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) scrambles to squash the superheroes in his way, Disney, the American entertainment giant that owns Marvel Studio, has no trouble at all cementing its dominance in Chinese cinemas with the latest Avengers installment: Infinite War, and once again defies the cultural gap in a market relatively late to the superhero comic frenzy.